Grusch reportedly cited anonymous sources who claimed to have worked on an "unidentified anomalous phenomena" (UAP) resembling the "Tardis" machine from the Doctor Who TV series.
Describing the UAP as 40 feet tall with an interior "the size of a football field," Grusch mentioned that the UAP contained enough energy to power 70,000 homes for a year, the Daily Mail reported.
During the presentation, Grusch reportedly delved into the tracking of UAPs, asserting that they emit a distinctive radio frequency.
A Reddit post by an anonymous attendee, who later removed the post, expressed confidence in Grusch's authenticity. The removal was attributed to the poster violating restrictions by taking unauthorized photos.
What made this talk noteworthy was not only its content but also its unconventional location. Grusch, a witness at a Congressional hearing in July 2023, revealed these new details in a Manhattan penthouse.
The audience, reportedly consisting of 60 individuals, included CIA, FBI and Department of Homeland Security employees, along with prominent New York business leaders, according to Daily Mail.
Grusch, who has kept a low profile since his testimony before the House Oversight Committee, cited safety concerns in a recent documentary by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell. Corbell had planned to discuss UAPs with Grusch on a Joe Rogan podcast, but the appearance was canceled last minute due to a reported "security concern," The Daily Mirror reported.
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Despite concerns for his safety, Grusch did previously appear with Rogan, as previously reported by Front Page Detectives.
Reflecting on his experiences, Grusch admitted to NewsNation that he has faced a "nightmare" since his Capitol Hill appearance, emphasizing that he spoke out "for the right reasons."
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